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KIWI ANZACs buried in MALTA - WWI

Journal by ngairedith

the original list of names of NZ ANZACs was taken from the site:
Malta Family Hisory which has a great deal more, including headstone photos
NOTE there are a number of ANZACs on their site who were treated in Malta for sicknes & wounds but did not die there. I have not added them to this list

The numbers of Australian casualties in this military defeat are estimated as around 8,700 dead with around 19,450 wounded
The New Zealand figures are around 2,700 dead and around 4,800 wounded
From World War I there are 204 War Graves of Australian men
and 72 War Graves of New Zealanders on the island of Malta looked after by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission


* Hugh ADAIR - Trooper 11/959
- Wellington Mounted Rifles, NZEF, 3rd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Makauri, Gisborne
- Next of Kin: Henry Adair (brother), c/o William Adair, Nigir Senblian, Malay States
- Died 3rd Oct 1915 aged 21
- evacuated ill Gallipoli to Malta, where he DIED of ENTERIC FEVER
- Son of Hugh and Mary Adair of Spring Hill, Bangor, Co. Down, Ireland
- Buried Plot B. Row XVII. Grave 3 (B. XVII. 3.) at Pieta Military Cemetery


* William Andrew ALEXANDER - Private 10/205
- Wellington Regiment, NZEF, Main Body, Wellington Infantry Battalion
- Enlistment Address: c/o Mrs Diamond, Albert Street, Dannevirke
- Next of Kin: D. Alexander (father), Gore,
- Died 23rd Aug 1915 aged 24
- Private Alexander was wounded in action during the August Offensive. He was evacuated off Gallipoli to Malta where he DIED of his WOUNDS
- Born 1891, 2nd of 4 children (2 sons) of David ALEXANDER & Martha ROBERTSON
- Buried Plot A. Row X. Grave 4 (A. X. 4) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Robert Vernon ARMSTRONG - Trooper 7/1328
- Canterbury Mounted Rifles Regiment, NZEF, 6th Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Akaroa, Canterbury
- Next of Kin: George Armstrong (father), Akaroa, Canterbury
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER on 12th Dec 1915 aged 24
- Son of George ARMSTRONG & Mary Jane GRAY (or FRANCIS) of Balguerie Street, Akaroa
- Buried Plot C. Row I. Grave 3. (C. I. 3.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Roland ARNOLD aka Ronald - Private 6/883
- Canterbury Regiment, NZEF, Main Body
- Last Unit Served: Canterbury Infantry Battalion, 13th (North Canterbury-Westland) Company
- Enlistment Address: Otira, West Coast
- Next of Kin: Robert Arnold, Godlington, Bedford, England
- Died 18th Sep 1915 from SICKNESS, aged 32 years (also listed DIED of WOUNDS)
- Husband of Florence Emily Arnold of 18 Beaconsfield Street, Bedford, Bedfordshire
- Buried Plot B. Row XII. Grave 1. (B. XII. 1.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Albert Edward BESWICK - Lance Corporal 3/834
- Field Ambulance, New Zealand Medical Corps
- Enlistment Address: 37 Linton Street, Palmerston North
- Next of Kin: William Beswick (father), Postmaster, Palmerston North
- DIED of DISEASE 26th Oct 1915 aged 21
- Born 1894, 1st of 2 sons of William BESWICK & Annie MOLONY of 37 Linton Street, Palmerston North
- (his brother was Basil Augustine Beswick 1899-1987)
- Buried Division East. Section EA. Compartment A. Grave 675. (E. EA. A. 675.) in Addolorata Cemetery Malta


* William John BIRDSALL - Trooper 13/232
- Auckland Mounted Rifles Regiment, NZEF, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: Whangateau,
- Next of Kin: J. B. Birdsall, Whangateau, Rodney, Auckland
- DIED of WOUNDS 22nd June 1915 aged 20
- Born 1894, 2nd of 6 children (5 sons) of:
John Bowden BIRDSALL & Isabel Smith MEIKLEJOHN
- Buried Plot A. Row V. Grave 5 (A. V. 5.) in Pieta Military Cemetery, Malta


* William BLACK - Private 10/280
- Wellington Regiment, NZEF, Wellington Infantry Battalion
- Enlistment Address: Marton
- Next of Kin: Alexander Black (father), South Makirikiri, Marton
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER 2nd Oct 1915 aged 24
- Son of Alexander & Jane Black of Spring Creek, Marton
- Buried Plot B. Row XVI. Grave 2. (B. XVI. 2.) in Pieta Military Cemetery, Malta
NOTE William's brother Private 10/3488, John Black aged 21, of the NZEF, 9th Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Battalion, B Company, Died Of Wounds in UK, ex Somme, France on 11 Oct 1916, 12 months after William


* William BOYLE - Trooper 11/740
- Wellington Mounted Rifles, Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force
- DIED of DISEASE 4th August 1915
- Brother of Eugene Boyle 3 Edward Lane, Darlington, Sydney, Australia
- Buried Division East. Section EA. Compartment A. Grave 657. (E. EA. A. 657.) in Addolorata Cemetery, Malta


* Fred William BRIDLE - Private 6/2395
- Canterbury Infantry Battalion, NZEF, 5th Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: 48 Third Avenue, Kingsland, Auckland
- Next of Kin: Miss Emily Bridle (sister), 48 Third Avenue, Kingsland, Auckland
- DIED of DISEASE 9th Sep 1915 aged 25
- Son of Sidney William and the late Emily Bridle of Croydon, Surrey
- Buried Plot B. Row IX. Grave 5 in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Michael Edward BRISLANE - Trooper 7/533
- Canterbury Mounted Regiment, NZEF, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: c/o E. Loveridge, Dovedale, Marlborough
- Next of Kin: Mrs Elizabeth Mary Wilson (formerly Brislane), Blackball, Greymouth
- DIED of WOUNDS Malta to Gallipoli, 20th Aug 1915 aged 20
- Michael was born in Oct 1896, a son of Michael & Elizabeth Mary Brislane. His father Michael Brislane was killed 7 months before he was born, 1 of the 65 men who lost their lives in the Brunner Mine Disaster 26 March 1896
- (his mother remarried in 1909 to Charles Wilson of Mount Buckley, Greymouth)
- Buried Plot A. Row IX. Grave 4. ( A. IX. 4.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* John Martin BROWN - Private 2/1424A - 10/1424
- Wellington Infantry Battalion, NZEF, 3rd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: 6 Campbell Street, Palmerston North
- Next of Kin: Mrs Jessie Brown (mother), Scandia Street, Palmerston North
- DIED of DISEASE 28th Aug 1915 aged 30
- 4th of 7 children (6 sons) of:
Richard BROWN & Janet 'Jessie' HALLEY
- Buried Plot A. Row XII. Grave 5. in Pieta Military Cemetery


* John Joseph BRYANT - Trooper 11/862
- Wellington Mounted Rifles Regiment, NZEF, 4th Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Railway Station, Greatford
- Next of Kin: Mrs E. A. Bryant (mother), Lower Kaikorai, Dunedin
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER Malta to Gallipoli, 3rd Dec 1915 aged 24
- 3rd of 7 children of Joseph BRYANT & Eliza Alves McCABE, Kenmure Rd, Mornington, Dunedin
- Buried Division East. Section EA. Compartment A. Grave 681 (E. EA. A. 681.) in Addolorata Cemetery
NOTE John was formerly a Lieutenant in the Hiberian Defence Cadets


* Horace BUNN - Private 12/1572
- Auckland Infantry Battalion, NZEF, 3rd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: 25 Hargraves Street, College Hill, Auckland
- Next of Kin: Sidney Joseph Bunn (brother), 6 Orts Road, Reading, England
- DIED of DISEASE at sea from Gallipoli 25 Sep 1915 aged 35
- Son of Robert and Rachel Bunn, of London
- Buried Plot B. Row XV. Grave 3. (B. XV. 3.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* John Stewart CAMERON - Trooper 13/567
- Auckland Mounted Rifles Regiment, NZEF, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: Aria, Te Kuiti, Waikato
- Next of Kin: Mrs J. Cameron, 136 Gilmore Place, Edinburgh, Scotland
- DIED of WOUNDS, Malta to Gallipoli, 17 Aug 1915
- Buried Plot A. Row VII. Grave 2. in Pieta Military Cemetery Force,


* William Roland CAMMOCK - Lance Corporal 10/1060
- Wellington Infantry Battalion, NZEF, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: Hawke's Bay High School
- Next of Kin: Charles Cammock, Kiritaki, Dannevirke
- DIED in Malta, 16 Aug 1915 aged 21 of WOUNDS received at Gallipoli
- Born 1 May 1894, 2nd of 11 children of Charles CAMMOCK & Ellen VERRY
- Buried Plot A. Row VII. Grave 3. (A. VII. 3.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Robert CRAIG - Lance Sergeant 9/262
- Otago Mounted Rifles, NZEF, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: Caroline, Southland
- Next of Kin: John Craig (father), Caroline, Southland
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER Malta to Gallipoli 22 Aug 1915 aged 24
- Born 1891 in Dipton, Southland, 6th of 13 children of John CRAIG & Isabella LINDSAY of The Bush, Caroline, Invercargill
- Buried Plot A. Row X. Grave 5. (A. X. 5.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Thomas Hillier DENNISTON - Sergeant 3/195
- Field Ambulance, New Zealand Medical Corps, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: 36 Melville Street, Dunedin
- Next of Kin: George Lyon Denniston, (father) Noble Street, Dunedin
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER Malta to Gallipoli 28 July 1915 aged 23
- Born 19 Jan 1892 in Dunedin, 6th of 6 children of:
George Lyon DENNISTON (1847-1934) & Eleanor Bissett REYNOLDS (1858-1912) of Bond St, Dunedin
- Buried Row 3B Grave 3 (B. III. 3.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Albert DOWNES - Private 16/508
- New Zealand 1st Maori Contingent, B Company
- Enlistment Address: Matawai, Gisborne
- Next of Kin: Henry Downes (father), Kohukohu, Hokianga
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER Malta to Egypt 9 Sep 1915 aged 30
- 2nd of 4 children of Henry DOWNES & Eliza DAVIS of Kohukohu, Hokianga, Auckland
- Buried Plot B. Row IX. Grave 6. in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Stuart Charles EVERETT - Sergeant 7/194
- Canterbury Mounted Rifle Regiment, NZEF, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: Umukuri, Nelson
- Next of Kin: Horatio Everett (father), Motueka
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER 31 July 1915 aged 22
- 5th of 8 children of Horatio EVERETT & Elizabeth Jane PATTIE of Umukuri, Nelson
- Buried Plot B. Row IV. Grave 2. (B. IV. 2.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Cecil Sydney FAIRS - Trooper 13/327
- Auckland Mounted Rifles Regiment, NZEF
- Enlistment Address: Opotiki, Tauranga, enlisted at Hamilton 14 Aug 1914
- Next of Kin: Mrs E. G. Fairs, (?) 45 Cook Street, Auckland
- DIED of DYSENTERY Malta-Gallipoli on hospital ship Maheno 5 Oct 1915 age 27
- Born 14 May 1888 in Auckland, 3rd of 5 sons of Newton FAIRS (1854-1924) & Amelia WILLIAMS (1856-1932) of 17 St. Albans Avenue, Dominion Rd, Auckland
- Buried Plot B. Row XVIII. Grave 2. (B. XVIII. 2.) in Pieta Military Cemetery
NOTE Cecil received gunshot wounds down one side and arm on 7 Sep 1915 and was taken by the Hospital Ship 'Maheno' from Anzac Cove to Malta where he survived for 28 days in the St Elmo Hospital. On 3 Oct his condition was 'dangerously ill' but in the end it wasn't the gunshot wounds that killed him


* George Victor Wakefield FALDER - Gunner 2/873
- New Zealand Field Artillery, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Brigade
- Enlistment Address: Kahorui Bridge, Stratford, Taranaki
- Next of Kin: John George Falder (father), Kahouri Bridge, Stratford, Taranaki
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER Malta to Gallipoli 27 July 1915 aged 21
- Born 12 April 1893 in Adelaide, South Australia to John George (1864-1957) & Mary (1867-1939) Falder, who moved to 14 Percival St, Wellington after he left for war
- Buried Plot B. Row III. Grave 1. (B. III. 1.) in Pieta Military Cemetery
NOTE George was promoted to Corporal on 18 Nov 1914 but his rank was reverted back to Gunner 1 Feb 1915. Unknown reason


* Jack FORD (see David WADE)


* William FOSTER - Trooper 9/698
- Otago Mounted Rifles Regiment, NZEF, 2nd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Tarras, Otago
- Next of Kin: Christina Foster (mother), Lowburn Ferry, Cromwell, Otago
- admitted 17 Aug 1915 to the Hospital Ship 'Salta' then transferred to Malta. 13 weeks later he DIED of ENTERIC FEVER & BRONCHIAL PNEUMONIA 16 Nov 1915 aged 27
- Born 25 May 1888 2nd of 4 children (3 sons) of Edward FOSTER (1848-1908?) & Christina DALZIELL (1856-1942) of Lowburn Ferry, Cromwell, Central Otago
- Buried Plot D. Row V. Grave 5. (D. V. 5.) in Pieta Military Cemetery
NOTE his 2 brothers also died in WWI:-
Robert Foster - Private 8/137 at Gallipoli 4 Aug 1915
Henry Foster - Trooper 9/1163 OR 91168 at France 16 Dec 1917


* Gilbert Bryan FRANCIS - Private 10/2138
- Born 17 Oct 1886 Cardiganshire, South Wales England to the Rev David Francis of Llandygwydd Vicarage, Cardiganshire, South Wales
- Wellington Infantry Battalion, B Coy, 5th Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: from Trentham, c/o H. Nelson, Konini, Pahiatua
- Next of Kin: David Francis (father), Boncatt, Cardiganshire, Wales
- On 3 Sep 1915 he was admitted to 16th Casualty Cleaning Station suspected of suffering from scarlet fever and transferred the same day to Mudros. Transferred from Mudros to St Georges Hospital Malta on the Hospital Ship 'Neuralia'. On disembarkation at Malta (10 Sep 1915) he was described as being slightly sick. On 4 Oct 1915 (2 weeks before his 29th birthday) he was reported as dangerously ill. He DIED of ENTERIC FEVER 13 Nov 1915 aged 29
- Buried Plot D. Row VI. Grave 2. (D. VI. 2.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Geoffrey Erle FRASER - Trooper 11/254
- Born in Timaru 29 June 1890 7th of 9 children (5 sons) of Charlton Simon FRASER (1852-1939) & Mary Ann 'Minnie' WRIGHT
- Wellington Mounted Rifles Regiment, 9th Squadron (Wellington East Coast)
- Enlistment Address: Takapu Station, Waipiro Bay (Shepherd)
- Next of Kin: C. T. Fraser (brother), Timaru (probably brother Charlton Leil)
- received bullet wounds to his head & right eye on 10 Aug 1915. Transferred from Anzac Cove on Hospital ship 'Ascanius'. DIED of the WOUNDS 6 weeks later, 20th Sep 1915 at St Patricks Hospital, Malta aged 25
- Buried Plot B. Row XIII. Grave 5. in Pieta Military Cemetery
NOTE his sister Winifred (Mrs Vivian Augustus Wright m.1907) of Timaru was authorised to receive any medals


* Robert McKinley FRAZER - Trooper 9/820
- Otago Mounted Rifles, Regiment, NZEF, 3rd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Mental Hospital, Seacliff (was on the staff)
- Next of Kin: Mrs John Frazer (mother), Stirling, Otago
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER 4 Sept 1915 aged 24, 3 weeks after he was admitted to the Malta Hospital from Mudros on the 'Ascania' with Dysentery & Debility
- Born 2 Feb 1891 in Kaitangata, Otago son of John and Jane Frazer of Stirling, Otago
- Buried Plot B. Row VII. Grave 6. (B. VII. 6.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Francis O'Brien 'Frank' GILLESPIE - Private 8/2339
- Otago Infantry Battalion, 8th Coy D Company 4th Reinforcements (transferred from the Wellington Infantry)
- Enlistment Address: Cafe de Paris Inn, Dannevirke (this was a 'shabby' (named so back in 1904) boarding house on High st, Dannevirke owned by Edward Quayle Tattersall
- Next of Kin: George Francis Gillespie (father), Oturehua, Central Otago
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER Malta to Egypt, 1 Aug 1915 aged 24
- Born in Clinton, South Otago, 14 Feb 1891, 3rd of 10 children of George Francis GILLESPIE (1854-1919) & Bridget O'BRIEN (1863-1948), Green Island, Dunedin
- Buried Division East, Section EA, Compartment A, Grave 656 (E. EA. A. 656.) in Addolorata Cemetery


* Hans Victor GRIPP - Trooper 11/492
- Wellington Mounted Rifles Regiment, NZEF, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: Raetihi
- Next of Kin: H. M. Gripp, Raetihi
- DIED 28 Aug 1915 of WOUNDS received at Gallipoli aged 23
- Born 1892, 2nd of 4 sons of Hans Markus GRIPP & (his 1st wife) Elizabeth BRYANT of Raetihi
- Buried Plot A. Row XI. Grave 4. (A. XI. 4.) in Pieta Military Cemetery
NOTE Hans's brother also died in WWI
Ernest Raukapuka Gripp - Trooper 11/46A, 1915 Gallipoli


* Stanley HALL - Trooper 7/498
- Canterbury Mounted Rifles Regiment, NZEF, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: 97 Hill Street, Wellington
- Next of Kin: Archibald Hall, 97 Hill Street, Wellington
- DIED of PARALYSIS 11 Sep 1915, following wounds received at Gallipoli
- Born 1887, 1 of (possibly) 11 children (5 sons) of Archibald HALL & Catherine 'Kate' HALL of 97 Hill Street, Wellington
- Buried Plot B. Row IX. Grave 2. (B. IX. 2.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* James HARDY - Private 6/1081
- Canterbury Infantry Batalion, NZEF, Main Body
- Enlisment Address: 103 Lower High Street, Christchurch
- Next of Kin: Mrs F. Smith (mother), Gilbert Street, Latrobe, Tasmania, Australia
- DIED of PNEUMONIA, at sea from Gallipoli, 13 Jan 1916 aged 28
- Son of the late M. Hardy and Mrs. E. J. Smith (formerly Hardy), of Latrobe, Tasmania
- Buried Plot C. Row VI. Grave 4. in Pieta Military Cemetery


* John William HARKER - Private 12/1653
- 1st Battalion, Auckland Infantry Regiment, NZEF,3rd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: c/o Charles Matthew Gleeson (1872-1939), Taupiri, Waikato
- Next of Kin: Mrs Charlotte Harker (mother), Hokitika
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER 19 Aug 1915 aged 25
- Born 1890 in Hokitka, Westland, the 6th of 6 children (4 sons) of George HARKER & Charlotte Smith FLETCHER
- Buried Plot A. Row VII. Grave 6. (A. VII. 6.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Ernest Alfred HENDLE - Gunner 2/1792
- New Zealand Field Artillery, 5th Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Kaiwarra, Wellington
- Next of Kin: Mrs Eliza Agnes Hendle (mother), Kaiwarra, Wellington
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER 18 Sep 1915 aged 26
- Born 1889 in Wellington 5th of 8 children (5 sons) of William James HENDLE (1858-1944) & Eliza Agnes ROBINSON (1858-1950), 2 Pickering Terrace, Kaiwarra
- Buried Plot B. Row XI. Grave 2. (B. XI. 2.) in Pieta Military Cemetery
NOTE 2 of Ernest's brothers also died in WWI:-
William George Hendle - Private 8/2274 Killed in Action Somme, France 1916
Leonard Harry Hendle, Private 2/49 Killed in Action Somme, France 1918


* John HOURSTON Trooper 9/710
- Otago Mounted Rifles Regiment, NZEF, 2nd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Kahuika, Catlin's, Otago
- Next of Kin: William Hourston (father), Kahuika, Catlin's, Otago
- DIED of DYSENTERY 30 Aug 1915 aged 31
- Born 1885, 2nd of 8 children (5 sons) of William HOURSTON (1852-1940) & Caroline Henrietta WAGGENER (1868-1941) of Awaka, Otago
- Buried Plot A. Row XII. Grave 2. (A. XII. 2.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* James HULME - Private 10/1263
- Wellington Infantry Battalion NZEF, 2nd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Shannon, Manawatu
- Next of Kin: W. Hulme (father), 29 Charlestown, Glossop, Derby, England
- DIED of SICKNESS 22 Aug 1915
- Buried Plot A. Row IX. Grave 3. (A. IX. 3.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Walter Herbert KEITH-MURRAY - Private 6/1593
- Canterbury Infantry Batalion, NZEF, 3rd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Battery Hill View, Matariki, Nelson
- Next of Kin: Mrs M. E. I. Keith-Murray (mother), 103 Central Hill, Upper Norwood, London, England
- DIED 27th June 1915 from WOUNDS received at Gallipoli, aged 26
- Son of Mrs. M. G. I. Keith-Murray of 98 Queens Rd, Richmond, Surrey & the late Mr. A. L. Keith-Murray
- Buried Row XXV. Grave 5. (XXV. 5.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* William Joseph LABRUM - Gunner 2/1601
- New Zealand Field Artillery, Canterbury Infantry Baalion, 3rd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Walton (54km E of Hamilton, Waikato)
- Next of Kin: *Miss Ethel May Portland (friend), Walton, Rotorua Line (88km NW of Rotorua)
- DIED of MALARIA 2 Dec 1915 aged 27
- Born 21 Aug 1888, 4th of 9 children (4 sons) of Thomas Albert LABRUM (1857-1940) & Janet Christina PORTNELL (1861-1914), of Huntly, Waikato
- Buried Division East. Section EA. Compartment A. Grave 681. (E. EA. A. 681.) in Addolorata Cemetery
NOTE *Ethel May PORTLAND (aka PORTNELL 1897-1938) was the only daughter of 5 children of John James PORTNELL (1870-1950, possible brother of William's mother) & Esther FINNERTY (1870-1856). Ethel married Alfred George Jacques (1857-1923) in 1919. She remarried in 1925 to Leslie John Munro (1899-1976)


* Alfred LARKINS - Private 8/891
- Otago Infantry Battalion, NZEF, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: Carey's Bay, Port Chalmers
- Next of Kin: Alfred N. Larkins, Carey's Bay, Port Chalmers, Otago
- DIED of SICKNESS 20 July 1915 aged 20
- Born 1894, 4th of 18 children (9 sons) of Alfred Norwood LARKINS & Elizabeth DOW of Lower Harbour, Port Chalmers
- Buried Plot B. Row II. Grave 3. (B. II. 3.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Frank William LUKEY - Private 6/1610
- Canterbury infantry Battalion, NZEF, 3rd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Waikari, North Canterbury
- Next of Kin: Francis William Clark Lukey (father), Morden, Waikari
- DIED of SICKNESS 20 Aug 1915, aged 22
- Born 1892, 9th of 9 children (4 sons) of Francis William Clark LUKEY & Elizabeth Wood MASON, of Waikari, North Canterbury
- Buried Plot A. Row IX. Grave 5. (A. IX. 5.) in Pieta Military Cemetery
NOTE 2 of Frank's brothers also served:-
[url=http://muse.aucklandmuseum.com/databases/general/Cenotaph/75500.detail?Ordinal=1&c_surname_search=lukey]Edward Herbert Lukey] - Gunner 17201, embarked 1916
Walter Mason Lukey - Rifleman 48833, embarked 1917


* Charles Bruce McINTOSH - Private 8/970
- Otago Infantry Battalion, NZEF, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: Hedgehope, Southland
- Next of Kin: Charles McIntosh (father), Hedgehope, Southland
- DIED of SICKNESS 14 Aug 1915, aged 19
- Born 1896, 5th of at least 13 children (8 sons) of Charles McINTOSH & Jessie ROBERTSON of Hedgehope, Southland
- Buried Plot A. Row VII. Grave 1. (A VII 1) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Thomas McKAIN - Private 6/686 (CWGC has 61686)
- 1st Battalion, Canterbury Regiment, NZEF, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: Paroa, Westland
- Next of Kin: Daniel McKain (father), Weraroa, Levin
- DIED of TETANUS 23 July 1915 aged 27, after wounds received in Gallipoli
- Born 1888, 11th of 15 children (8 sons) of Daniel McKAIN (1851-1924) & (his 1st wife) Amelia O'HARA (1854-1900) of Weraroa, Levin
- Buried Plot B. Row III. Grave 2. (B. III. 2.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Ngore William MANGAROA - Private 16/400
- New Zealand Maori (Pioneer) Battalion, 1st Maori COntingent A Company
- Enlistment Address: Kakahi
- Next of Kin: *Thompson Mangaroa (brother), Taumarunui
- DIED from PLEURISY 30 Dec 1915, following wounds received at Gallipoli 10 Aug 1915
- Brother of Miss Kuhu Mangaroa, of Kakahi, Main Trunk
- Buried Plot C. Row IV. Grave 2. (C. IV. 2.) in Pieta Military Cemetery
NOTE *Ngore's brother & next of kin, Thompson Mangaroa, died in WWI, 3 years later


* George Stanley MARLOW - Trooper 9/846
- Otago Mounted Rifles Regiment, NZEF, 3rd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: c/o Miss Christie, Stratford, Taranaki
- Next of Kin: George William Marlow (father), Stratford, Taranaki
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER 12 Sep 1915
- Son of Mr and Mrs W. G. Marlow, of Waitara
- Buried Plot B. Row X. Grave 5. (B. X. 5.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* David MATTHEWS - Private 8/1800 (CWGC has 811800)
- Otago Infantry Batalion, NZEF, 4th Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Victoria Hotel, Saint Andrew's
- Next of Kin: Mrs E. Matthews (mother), Glen Carrig, Glamorganshire, Wales
- DIED of WOUNDS, 13 Aug 1915, received at Gallipoli, aged 35
- Born 1880 in Glyncorrwg, Wales to William & Elizabeth Matthews
- Buried Plot B. Row VI. Grave 1. (B. VI. 1.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* John Joseph MERRICK - Private 12/2032
- Auckland Infantry Battalion, NZEF, 4th Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Ireland Street, Ponsonby, Auckland
- Next of Kin: Jacob Merrick (father), 12 Ireland Street, Ponsonby, Auckland
- DIED of WOUNDS 24 Aug 1915, received at Gallipoli, aged 27
- Born 1887, 4th of 11 children (6 sons) of Jacob MERRICK & Eliza KEEGAN of 12 Ireland Street, Ponsonby, Auckland
- Buried Plot A. Row XI. Grave 4. (A. XI. 4.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Arthur Percy MILES - Private 8/600
- Otago Infantry Battalion, NZEF, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: Glasgow Road, Dunedin
- Next of Kin: Mrs Susan Miles (mother), 13 Cutten Street, South Dunedin
- DIED of DYSENTERY 25 Aug 1915 aged 32
- Born 1882, 1st of 6 known children of Thomas John & Susan Helena Miles, 258a High Street, Dunedin
- Buried Plot A. Row XII. Grave 4 in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Vincent Fosbery NANCARROW - Lieutenant 7/688
- Canterbury Mounted Rifles Regiment, NZEF, 2nd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Mount Hutt, Methven
- Next of Kin: Mrs P. A. Nancarrow (mother), 20 Armagh St, Christchurch
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER 4 Aug 1915 aged 22
- Born 1892, 5th of 6 cikldren (4 sons) of Richard NANCARROW & Phillipa Ann FOSBERY, of Christchurch
- Buried Plot B. Row V. Grave 1. in Pieta Military Cemetery


* John William NEILSEN - Trooper 9/979
- Otago Mounted Rifles Regiment, NZEF, 4th Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Te Namu, Westport
- Next of Kin: Henry Neilson (father), Te Namu, Westport
- DIED of WOUNDS 3 Sep 1915 received at Gallipoli, aged 19
- 4th of 7 known children (4 sons) of Henry NEILSEN & Margaret BINES, of Youngs Road, Papakura, Auckland
- Buried Plot B. Row VII. Grave 2. (B. VII. 2.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Thomas John NEWSON - Private 10/928
- Wellington Infantry Battalion, NZEF, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: Manunui
- Next of Kin: Miss L. Newson (sister), 16 Crossley Street, Holloway, London, England
- DIED of WOUNDS 13 Sep 1915 aged 21, received in Gallipoli
- Buried Plot B. Row X. Grave 4. (B. X. 4.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Paetaha PAORA - Private 16/201
- New Zealand Maori (Pioneer) Battalion, 1st Maori Contingent, B Company
- Enlistment Address: Taupo
- Next of Kin: Paora Kohatu, Taupo
- DIED of PHTHISIS (Tuberculosis) 4 Feb 1916 aged
- Son of Mr & Mrs Kohatu Paora of Taupo
- Buried Plot C. Row VII. Grave 6. (C. VII. 6.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Philip PHELAN - Private 8/1599
- Otago Infantry Battalion, NZEF, 3rd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: 165 King Street, Dunedin
- Next of Kin: Phillip Phelan (father), Progress Junction, Reefton
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER 30 Sep 1915
- Son of Phillip & Frances Phelan of Fox Street, Cobden, Greymouth
- Buried Division East. Section EA. Compartment A. Grave 666. (E. EA. A. 666.) Addolorata Cemetery


* Angus David George QUAYLE - Sapper 4/271
- Otago Infantry Battalion, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: Tapanui
- Next of Kin: William Quayle (father), Main Street East, Palmerston North
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER 3 Aug 1915 aged 26
- Born 1889, 5th of 11 children (7 sons) of William John QUAYLE (1854-1920) & Mary McPHAIL (1857-1909), of Palmerson North
- Buried Plot B. Row III. Grave 5. in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Joseph Henry RANDALL - Private 10/1624
- Wellington Infantry Battalion, NZEF, 3rd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Oxford Street, Levin
- Next of Kin: George Randall (brother), Zeehan, Tasmania
- DIED of DYSENTERY 21 Aug 1915 aged 28
- Born 3 Dec 1888, in Burnie, Tasmania, 4th of 6 children (2 son) to George Ely RANDALL & Emily CHARLES
- Buried Plot A. Row IX. Grave 4. (A. IX. 4.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Owen Henry ROBERTS - Private 10/1632
- 1st Battalion, Wellington Infantry Battalion, NZEF, 3rd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: 78 Bell Street, Wanganui
- Next of Kin: H. J. Roberts (father), Patea
- DIED of WOUNDS in Valletta Military Hospital, 26 May 1915, aged 20
- Born 1896, 1 of 6 children (only son) of Henry James ROBERTS & Maria Bridget TOZER of Leicester Street, Patea
- Buried Division East. Section EA. Compartment A. Grave 642 (E. EA. A. 642.) in Addolorata Cemetery


* Clifford Kossuth ROBINSON - Lance Corporal 7/1280
- Canterbury Mounted Rifles Regiment, NZEF, 6th Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Gleniti, Timaru
- Next of Kin: K. Robinson (father), 47 Downlease, Bristol, England
- DIED of SICKNESS/DISEASE 8 Dec 1915 aged 26
- Son of Kossuth and Mary Selina Robinson, 47 Downleaze, Stoke Bishop, Bristol
- Buried Plot D. Row XI. Grave 1. (D. XI. 1.) in Pieta Military Cemetery
NOTE Lance Corporal Clifford Kossuth Robinson is buried with R. F. RAMSAY of the Australian Infantry and M. H. BYTHWAY of the Royal Naval Air Service after their failing to convalesce on Malta during the Gallipoli Campaign


* John Philip ROUGHAN - Sergeant 8/275
- also listed as Rougham
- Otago Infantry Battalion, NZEF, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: Lawrence, Otago
- Next of Kin: Denis J. Rougham (father), Lawrence
- DIED 17 Aug 1915 aged 21
- Born 1894, 2nd of 9 children (6 sons) of Denis Joseph ROUGHAN (1868-1930) & Bridget DUFFY (1867-1913), 92 Canongate Street, Dunedin
- Buried Division East. Section EA. Compartment A. Grave 660. (E. EA. A. 660.) in Addolorata Cemetery


* Eric Tudway/Tedway SARGISSON - Trooper 11/820
- Wellington Mounted Rifles Regiment, NZEF, 2nd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Porangahau, Hawkes Bay
- Next of Kin: G. M. Sargisson, Porangahau
- DIED of WOUNDS 13 Sep 1915 (received at Gallipoli)
- Born 1892, 5th of 6 children of George Metheringham SARGISSON & Agns PEAKINAN of Porangahau
- Buried Plot B. Row X. Grave 2. (B. X. 2.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Frederick Anton SCHOLLUM - Gunner 2/850/A
- New Zealand Field Artillery, Auckland Mounted Rifles, 3rd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Puhoi, Auckland
- Next of Kin: Wenzl Schollum (father), Fiddlers Hill, Puhoi
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER 1 Aug 1915 aged 20
- Born 1895, 1st of 10 children (8 sons) of Wenzl SCHOLLUM & Elizabeth BECKER, Fiddlers Hill, Puhoi, Auckland
- Buried Division East. Section EA. Compartment A. Grave 657. (E. EA. A. 657.) in Addolorata Cemetery


* John Edward 'Jack' SCOTT - Trooper 13/1056A
- Auckland Mounted Rifles Regiment, 3rd Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Kinohaku, Kawhia
- Next of Kin: J. E. Scott (father), Kinohaku, via Te Awamutu
- DIED of WOUNDS 4 Sep 1915 aged 26
- Born 1889 in Akaroa, 1st of 7 children (3 sons) of James Edward SCOTT & Lucy Cardine Le PROU (1866-1945) of Kinohaku, Kawkia. (Lucy was born in Akaroa, Canterbury to French Settlers)
- Buried Plot B. Row VIII. Grave 5 (B. VIII. 5.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* William John SERGENT - Private 2262
- born 1892 in Ballygeary, Co. Wexford, Ireland
- 3rd A.I.F. Field Artillery Brigade 3, Military District 1
- Enlistment Address: c/o Mrs Brown, Harcourt St, Valley, Brisbane, Queensland
- Next of Kin: Mrs Sergent, 288 North Street, Bedminster, Bristol, England
- DIED of WOUNDS in the Military Hospital Valletta, 7 May 1915 aged 21
- Son of Henry and Mahala Sergent of Plinburne, Hurworth, New Plymouth
- Buried A. II. 1. in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Frederick William/Warner SETTLE - Gunner 2/736
- 1st Battery, New Zealand Field Artillery, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: Empire Hotel, Frankton Junction
- Next of Kin: Mrs Nell Brierley, Riverstone Road, Wynberg, Cape Colony, South Africa
- DIED of WOUNDS received at the landing on Anzac Cove 3 July 1915
- Son of Joseph and Ellen Settle of Bolton, Manchester, England
- Buried Row XXV. Grave 8. at Pieta Military Cemetery


* Ernest Arthur SHANNON - Private 8/2726
- Otago Infantry Battalion, NZEF, 6th Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: 6 Reid Street, South Dunedin
- Next of Kin: Mrs J. Johnstone (mother), North Revell Street, Hokitika
- DIED of SICKNESS 2 Dec 1915 aged 20
- Born 1896, 1st of 2 sons of Arthur SHANNON (1874-1903) and Emma MEREWETHER, North Revell Street, Hokitika
- his brother was Percy William Merewether Shannon (1898-1971)
- his mother remarried in 1904 to John Andrew JOHNSTONE
- Buried Plot D. Row X. Grave 1. (D. X. 1.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Hugh Robert SHRIMPTON - Private 3/106A
- Field Ambulance, New Zealand Medical Corps, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: 19 Berry Street, Saint Albans, Christchurch
- Next of Kin: Mrs F. Shrimpton, 308 Selwyn Street, Addington, Christchurch
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER 29 Sep 1915 aged 21 after being wounded at Gallipoli
- Born 1894, 8th of 8 children (4 sons) of Francis 'Frank' SHRIMPTON (1845-1913) & Bessie SQUIRE (1857-1946), 44 Disraeli St, Addington, Christchurch
- Buried Plot B. Row XVI. Grave 1. (B. XVI. 1.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Edwin William SLATER - Private 8/1838
- Otago Infantry Battalion, NZEF, 4th Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Union Street, Milton, Otago
- Next of Kin: H. Slater (brother), Wolstanton, Staffordshire, England
- DIED of WOUNDS 2 Sep 1915 aged
- Buried Plot B. Row VII. Grave 2. (B. VII. 2.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Allan Joseph STRAWBRIDGE - Gunner 2/567
- 2nd Brigade H.Q., New Zealand Field Artillery, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: Cambridge, Waikato
- Next of Kin: Mrs Strawbridge (mother), Cambridge, Waikato
- DIED of SICKNESS 27 Dec 1915 aged 24
- Born 30 June 1891 in Cambridge, Waikato 5th of 5 children (2 sons) of
Joseph Samuel STRAWBRIDGE (1845-1910) & Elizabeth Johanna PAVEY (1852-1937) of Horsham Downs, Hamilton
- Buried Plot C. Row IV. Grave 4. (C. IV. 4.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Taiawhiao TE WHARE - Private 16/421
- New Zealand 1st Maori Contingent, A Company
- Enlistment Address: Taupo
- Next of Kin: Mrs Miriama Te Whare (mother), Taupo
- DIED of WOUNDS 31 July 1915
- Son of Miriama Te Whare
- Buried Division East. Section EA. Compartment A. Grave 656. (E. EA. A. 656.) in Addolorata Cemetery


* Christian Kerr TEMPERLEY - Private 12/261
- Auckland Infantry Battalion, NZEF, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: Cook Street, Auckland
- Next of Kin: J. T. Temperley, Federal Street, Auckland
- DIED of WOUNDS 3 Sep 1915
- Brother of James Reid Temperley (1861-1927) of Ashhurst
- Buried Plot B. Row VIII. Grave 3. (B. VIII. 3.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Alec Leslie THOMSON - Trooper 9/103
- Otago Mounted Rifles Regiment, NZEF, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: St Clair, Dunedin
- Next of Kin: Mrs Ann Thomson (mother), St Clair, Dunedin
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER 8 Sep 1915
- Son of Mrs. A. Thomson, of Ings Avenue, St. Clair, Dunedin
- Buried Plot B. Row VIII. Grave 6. in Pieta Military Cemetery


* William Denis THOMSON -Private 1623
- 22nd Battalion, Australian Infantry, 1st Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: 19 Annand Street, North Fitzroy, Victoria
- Next of Kin: Florence Margaret Thomson, 19 Annand Street, North Fitzroy, Victoria
- DIED of WOUNDS 8 Dec 1915 aged 39
- Son of John & Isabella Thomson and husband of Florence Margaret Thomson of 21 Knowles Street, Westgarth, Victoria, Australia.
- Born in New Zealand ???
- Buried D. XII. 3. in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Lewis Cuthbert TURTON - Trooper 13/466
- Auckland Mounted Rifles, NZEF, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: Te Rapa, Hamilton
- Next of Kin: L.C. Turton,The Firs, Snaith, Yorkshire, England
- DIED of WOUNDS received in Gallipoli 25 Aug 1915
- Buried Plot A. Row XII. Grave 5. (A. XII. 5.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Edward Wright VICKERS - 10/2346, Private
- Wellington Infantry Battalion, 5th Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Midhirst, Taranaki
- Next of Kin: Edward Vickers (father), Midhirst, Taranaki,
- DIED of DYSENTERY, Malta to Gallipoli 25 Aug 1915 aged 21
- Born 1894, 2nd of at least 7 children (4 sons) of Edward VICKERS & Maud WRIGHT of Beach Street, Fitzroy, New Plymouth
- Buried Plot A. Row XI. Grave 2. (A. XI. 2.) in Pieta Military Cemetery
NOTE 2 of his brothers also served:- Frank Archibald Vickers - Gunner 35623
George Leslie Vicker - Gunner 50529


* Frank Henry VICKERS - Driver 4/222/B
- No.1 Field Company, New Zealand Engineers
- DIED of WOUNDS 31 May 1915 aged 19 years
- Son of Henry and Caroline Vickers of Brighton, England
- Buried Plot IV. Row 1A. Grave 1. (IV. 1A. 1.) in Imtarfa Military Cemetery


* David WADE, (served as Jack FORD) - Private 10/1485
- Born in Scotland 10 May 1886. His father was William James Wade of 24E Crawford St Greenock Scotland
- Wellington Infantry Batalion, NZEF, 7th Wellington West Coast B Coy 3rd Reinforcements
- Enlisted Address: Alma Road, Wanganui
- Next of Kin: Mrs James Thomas (sister), 550 James St (also 112 Barton St, also 188 Hughson St), North Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
- On 7 June 1915 he receivd bullet wounds/shrapnel to his abdomen & head. Transferred from Anzac Cove to Valetta Hospital Malta. He survived 4 weeks & DIED of his WOUNDS 3 July 1915 aged 29
- Buried Grave 7 Row 25 (XXV. 7.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Ra WAIRAU - Private 16/53
- New Zealand 1st Maori Contingent, B Company
- Enlistment Address: Muriwai
- Next of Kin: Miss Wahati Wairau (sister), Mahia, Hawke's Bay
- DIED from WOUNDS he received at Gallipoli, 11 Sep 1915 aged 21
- Brother of Mr. Paihau Wairau of Opoutama & Ramera Wairau who died of disease en route to England from France
- Son of Ra and Wahati Wairau of Opoutama, Hawkes Bay
- Buried Plot B. Row X. Grave 4. (B.X.4.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Frank Henry George WHITTON - Trooper 11/398
- Wellington Mounted Rifles Regiment, Main Body
- Enlistment Address: Martinborough, Wairarapa
- Next of Kin: Frank Whitton (father), Masterton
- DIED of ENTERIC FEVER 29 Aug 1915 aged 21
- Born 1894, 2nd of 2 children of Frank WHITTON & Edith Halsted WILLIAMS of Masterton
- Buried Plot A. Row XII. Grave 6 (A. XII. 6.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Robin James WORLEY - Private 10/2381
- Wellington Infantry Battalion, NZEF, 4th Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Eiffelton, Ashburton
- Next of Kin: C. Worley (father), Park Lane, Reigate, Surrey, England
- DIED of SICKNESS 28 Aug 1915 (after being wounded) aged 24
- Son of Charles and Fanny E. Worley of Priory Mead, Park Lane, Reigate, Surrey
- Buried Plot A. Row XII. Grave 5. (A. XII. 5.) in Pieta Military Cemetery


* Robert Young WRIGHT - Private 760
- 19th Battalion, B Company, Australian Infantry
- Enlistment Address: Liverpool, New South Wales
- Next of Kin: Mrs Agnes Wright (mother) 89 Don Street, Invercargill
- Died of his wounds on 8th October 1915 aged 27
- Born 1888 in NZ, 5th of 8 children (3 sons) of William Patrick WRIGHT and Agnes 'Aggie' MALCOLM, 17 Albert St, Invercargill
- Buried A. XIII. 1. in Pieta Military Cemetery



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X Stanley Robert HOLMES (1884-1972) - Private 6/2169
- 1st Canterbury Regiment, NZEF, Canterbury Infantry Battalion, 5th Reinforcements
- Enlistment Address: Harewood Road, Christchurch,
- Next of Kin: Joseph Bradford Westerman (stepfather), Harewood Road, Christchurch
- born in Timaru 3 July 1884 only child of William Bruce HOLMES (1856-1885) & Ann HILL both of Timaru. His father died when he was 8 months old, at the Timaru Railway Boarding-house, 10 March 1885 aged 29. His mother Annie (1855-1908) moved to Christchurch & had the A. Holmes Temperance Hotel at 58 Manchester Street. She remarried in 1894 to Joseph Bradford Westerman (1861-1946) & had a daughter, Miretta Ethel Westerman (1896-1979). His mother Annie died when he was 24 (in the Rangatira Nursing Home, Christchurch), 30 July 1908 of a Tumour. Stanley was in a Malta hospital in October 1915



PHOTO
Ann Holmes' Temperance Hotel in Christchurch
see Stanley Robert Holmes (directly above)
... photo & info taken from the site Christchurch City Libraries ... This private hotel was on the corner of Manchester and George (later Southwark) Streets. At the time Mrs Ann Holmes (later Westerman) was the proprietress. In the late 1940s it became the Manchester Private Hotel. It was demolished in November 1963 after it had been condemned by the City Council. At the time a newspaper report said that parts of the building were over 100 years old

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